2372 St. Claude Ave.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70117
Directions To Agency: Coming from Downtown, Head West on Poydras toward Carondelet St. Turn right onto OKeefe Ave. Turn left onto Common St. Turn right onto S. Rampart St. Continue onto St.Claude Ave. Coming from Uptown, take S. Claiborne Ave towards town, merge onto I-10 via the rampon the left to Slidell. Take exit 236B to merge onto S/N Claiborne Ave, go to Elysian Fields, turn right, the next light is St. Claude. Go just past the light and make the U-turn back to St. Claude, turn right. The destination is at the next light-St. Roch and St. Claude. Coming from Mid-City, Take N. Orleans Ave toward N. Broad, continue to N. Claiborne(ground level), turn left on N. Claiborne. Continue to St. Bernard and turn right. Continue onto McShane Place. Continue onto St. Claude cross over Elysian Fields to St. Roch and St. Claude Ave. Destination is on the right in the New ORleans Healing Center Building.
Primary Phone: 504-208-9761
Name: Jonathan Alan Scott
Agency type: Non Profit
Agency hours:9am to 5pm
Beginning date for service:04/01/2012
Agency carries worker's compensation insurance.
Agency has a need for additional volunteers.
We are currently looking for Law students as interns/volunteers interested in helping us out for the summer. We have a lot of work to do organizing and consolidating information from the last few years. We are also interested in volunteers/interns that have a skills and or background in social networking,media,marketing and public relation, graphic design, communications, education, research.
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The Alliance for Affordable Energy advocates for fair, affordable and environmentally responsible,community-based energy.
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